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Made with only five ingredients, Itz Spritz taps into the health-conscious alcoholic beverage market

Add this to the list of things you might thank a millennial for.

At 33 years old, Kate Sturdevant noticed she wasn’t alone in wanting to feel less guilt after happy hour.

“You’re literally drinking your dinner,” she would think when she went out with friends. A regular American domestic beer typically runs around 150 calories, while a hefty craft beer can easily be more than 300 calories.

A former college volleyball player and now a mother of two, Sturdevant falls squarely into the category of 20-30-somethings who tend to be more health-conscious than previous generations, yet they don’t want to sacrifice the experience of drinking with friends.

“As a culture, we’re becoming more concerned with what we’re putting into our bodies,” she says.

She felt that internal struggle, and as a third-generation descendant of her family’s Miller Coors beverage distributorship in the Midwest, she was uniquely qualified to do something about it.

what is a good natural product to help with edema of the legs and ankles?

oh sure I have begun cutting down on the sodium intake that is is all good but, I am talking about finding some natural product, as in from a natural health food store or vitamin shoppe as i do not want to be taking medications and or water pills

Here's something that doesn't cost anything--Elevate your feet for 20 minutes or more several times a day. The proper elevation is feet above the heart which means not using a recliner.

Natural diuretics: Water, green tea, asparagus,

TED stockings can be ordered from your pharmacist and they also have a good selection in the store too.

Since the edema in the lower extremities is usually water, the best way to get rid of it is to pee it off. You might want to try to swear off of soda ( Coke, Pepsi, etc...) for one full month and see what difference it makes. Also...whenever you feel

Do all the prescription drugs we take harm our health in the long run, even if they help our illnesses?

I've been taking asthma drugs (about 7ish of them) roughly for the past 3-4 years, and anxiety drugs for the past 8 years, and even though they work to fix the illness at hand, they actually make my overall general health worse, and I actually end up

One of the requirements for a substance to be approved as a drug is that the toxicity is established, even to a lethal dose (which is much higher than the prescribed dose). Still, all drugs are toxic to one degree or another.
The big question is

Yes! Drugs do more harm than good. If you don't have to take them then don't. Listen to your body. Sounds like you are. Good for you.

I'd say you're on the right track by taking breaks.

I take Vyvanse, and I don't notice any side effects besides my tics (Tourette's) getting worse when it wears off. I'm not sure if I'm imagining it, but I feel a little off kilter when